Dublin Castle, 19th June, 1798. Accounts were this day received from Brigadier-General Barnett, stating, that on the 17th instant a considerable body of rebels attacked Kilbeggan, but were repulsed by a detatchment of fifty of the Northcumberland Fencibles under the command of Captain Thatcher...
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An official announcement from the Lord Lieutenant of further victories gained over the rebels. Note 'Oviolstown' ['Oviolstown-Hill'] is a misprint - it should read 'Ovidstown', [which is a reference to the Battle of Ovidstown]; it is located roughly a mile from Hortland.
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[Cork] : Dublin: printed by George Grierson; - and Cork: re-printed by A. Edwards, .
This tiem is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 1/4⁰.
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|LO Folder 6/1798/31||
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